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    Angels Carry the Sun (Lilly Press, 2010)

 "Full of unexpected twists." "Thought-provoking." "This novel will keep you glued to its pages until the very end." Small Press Reviews 

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In the early 1980s, living in rural poverty in one of the wealthiest counties in Pennsylvania, Flora McDermott has found an epic love.  Everett Finn has that "Black Irish" look, with the black black bottom-of-the-abyss hair and contrasting eyes of sky.  When she sits in his high school English class, Flora can think of little else.  She has no choice; her pens are possessed; she has to flood him with love notes and poetry.  After all, one never knows what could happen in life.  He just may give in to her if she perseveres.  A coming-of-age story with a bite, Flora’s sojourn is of the rudiments that persist in the human heart--dreams, memory, love, and  family, and the ever-mysterious and mutable definition of self.   
Recommended 

Wild River Review
Chapter One, 
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Sample a Pushcart-nominated story: 

Carp with Water in Their Ears 


2011 Rhysling-nominated poem:

A More Significant Sun 
--Originally published in ILLUMEN (Oct 2009)
   
Angels Carry the Sun reviews:
Small Press Reviews
Midwest Book Review
A Cappella Zoo


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Poetry chapbook, 
Recidivist (Lilly Press, 2010) 
Includes Rhysling-nominated poem, 
A More Significant Sun (first published in ILLUMEN/Oct 2009; 
reprinted in SNReview/Winter 2009-10.  
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**Read review of Recidivist 
at Gillistophic Blog



 cover by Julian Sienzant/DeBUNKPhotography 

 
               
             
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